Toyota is now updating the body-on-frame packages that they have been employing for an extended period of time. utilizing state-of-the-art technologies. The Sequoia, similar to the new Tundra, is built upon The TNGA-F platform of Toyota is shorter in length compared to the full-size pickup truck. Contrary to the

previous generation, which featured a configuration with an independent rear axle, the Sequoia is now fitted with a solid rear axle. Additionally, one can choose to get adjustable dampers and rear air springs. Furthermore, possessing The TRD Pro type of the new Sequoia

is fitted with 33-inch Falken Wildpeak all-terrain tires. It also has Fox dampers that have a diameter of 2.5 inches, internal bypass chambers, and remote reservoirs. The outward appearance of the new Sequoia is characterized by an upright stance. Forceful appearance. The front end of the most recent Tundra

model serves as the source of inspiration. Despite the presence of a visible grille, the front look of the different models The trim levels provide a diverse range of mesh designs. For example, the TRD Pro package includes large

hexagons that are black, while the Capstone package has smaller holes that are chrome-plated. The headlamps have a Y-shaped configuration. The fenders appear muscular due to a prominent ridge positioned over the wheel

opening. The D-base pillar is inclined in a forward direction. The rear glass extends to the side of the body, partially wrapping around it.